Thursday, October 12, 2017
Congress must consider it a priority to pass legislation in the next few months reauthorizing the U.S. intelligence agencies to eavesdrop without a court warrant on communications of foreigners who are located overseas, including at times their exchanges with Americans. Still, while giving the law a new lease, Congress ought to insist on additional protections.
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